Batik Air Jogjakarta - Kuala Lumpur Flights Without Transit

Jogjakarta - Kuala Lumpur Flights Batik Air

Batik Air (flight code ID) member of Lion Air Group, has added international routes, starting January 31, 2023, flying directly (without transit) from Jogjakarta via Yogyakarta International Airport in Kulonprogo (YIA) to Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia (KUL).

Batik Air Jogjakarta - Kuala Lumpur Flights Without Transit

Batik Air's international scheduled flights, Jogjakarta - Kuala Lumpur, will be able to provide benefits for every guest (businessmen and tourists) with a wider choice of flight networks.

For travellers and business people, the opportunity to continue flights (connecting flights) through KLIA is connected to the Lion network.

Air Group, namely Batik Air (flight code OD), Batik Air Indonesia (flight code ID) and Thai Lion Air (flight code SL) to;

  • Malaysia, consisting of Kuala Lumpur (KUL), Langkawi (LGK), Penang (PEN), Kota Kinabalu (BKI), Melaka (MKZ), Kuching (KCH), Labuan (LBU), Johor Bahru (JHB), Sandakan (SDK)
  • Singapore (SIN)
  • Phom Penh, Cambodia (PNH)
  • Yangon, Myanmar (RGN)
  • Hanoi (HAN), Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) and Da Nang (DAD), Vietnam
  • Bangkok Don Mueang (DMK) and Phuket (HKT), Thailand
Please visit Batik Air Indonesia or Batik Air Malaysia for more information about these flights.

You can also visit one of my articles highlighting where to go in Jogjakarta for first-timers visiting this beautiful city in Indonesia.

Jogja Batik Air Flights
Batik Air at the Jogjakarta Airport.

Conclusion to Batik Air Jogjakarta - Kuala Lumpur Flights Without Transit

This is perfect timing as the world recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic. In Malaysia, Batik Air was previously known as Malindo Air.

The non-stop route between KL and Jogjakarta will also increase tourism both ways, as Jogjakarta is well-known for its iconic Borobudur, Prambanan and Malioboro Shopping Street.

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